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Aadhaar Bridge is now Veri5Digital

Saru Tumuluri

When we started Aadhaar Bridge in 2015, the small team at Khosla Labs had one singular goal – to make it easier for companies to use Aadhaar API’s for their identity and on boarding needs, while staying 100% compliant with all regulations and guidelines.

Over the course of our growth, we served more than 250 clients across industries while expanding our portfolio of products to include Video ID KYC, eSign, eNACH, AUA/KUA Hosting, Aadhaar Vault among others.

As we expanded our products and services from being Aadhaar focussed to broader set of Digital India products and services such as eNACH,Video ID KYC, eSign (and many more to be launched), we wanted our new name to reflect this broader agenda, hence the new name Veri5Digital.

And of course, through all of this, we emerged as one of the most trusted names in identity management & verification in India and as the best hosted Aadhaar solution provider for UIDAI licensed entities!

So what’s changing?

We are now bigger, better and have a larger suite of products encompassing use cases throughout the identity landscape. Though our name has changed, our products offer the same secure, easy and a cost effective way to identify and verify your users.

Here is a list of products that you can look forward to:        






If you want to learn more about what each one means, I encourage you to visit our new website where you can read more on each of these products.

We are incredibly proud of the work that we do at Veri5Digital and thankful to you, our customers, that have accompanied us in our growth.

As always, if you have any questions, please don’t hesitate to reach out! Until then, keep an eye on Veri5Digital as we continue our growth and continue our campaign to be the best customer onboarding and identity management service around.

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